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>>> good morning. i'm bob redell. we'll take you live to union city where police are trying to figure out how a young man spends his final hours in a trash can outside of house of a family friend. that story coming up. >>> bay area veterans are getting a stable, clean place to stay starting today. we will give you a look inside a housing complex many will soon be calling home and what veterans hope it will do for their lives. >>> and facebook is making the bay area one of the richest cities. we will show you what is behind the cash infusion. >>> plus, put down that burger. you may be shunned in one california city. >>> and a live look outside spanning over the south bay. that is san jose. christina loren will tell you about the crisp day outside. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i' i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. union city police investigating a bizary hiizarre death. a young man stuffed in a trash can. we have bob redell with more. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we know the lady who lives in the home behind me on tenth s
this memo to city hall, alerting them that the number of officers he has available to suit up has dropped to less than 1,000. that number alarming to those victims of crime and to those still here on the force. the robbers haven't been back to the west coast wheels and tire shop in san jose but left an impression with one of the workers tied with duct tape and held at gun point while they em tied the cash register. >> i think about it all the time. >> reporter: police haven't caught the bad guys, with fewer investigators they may never. for the first time in a long time the police warned city leaders at this point in time he only has 978 officers who are able to suit up. >> if you factor in the disability and recruits who aren't able to work the streets yet, it dips below 1,000 and the first time i've seen it in the 14 years i've been here. >> reporter: it doesn't help four veteran officers are leaving for the santa cruz county sheriff's office and another four left to redwood city. >> they are getting some of our sergeants and personnel on the s.w.a.t. team and metro unit. thousands and
elected the two city council candidates that the mayor needed to keep his pension reform agenda on course. nbc's bay area stephanie trong is live in san jose, and the results deepening the ridge between the city and the union. >> that's right, very polarized sides of this situation. the mayor shaep because the two candidates he wanted were voted in yesterday. they will help keep the vote for issues like fiscal and pension reform in his favor. in the meantime, the issue of pension reform has already been tied up in the courts and will likely be that way possibly for years to come. >> don't vote for people who do ugly things. >> reporter: we've heard the back and forth between city hall and the unions. >> we'll be fighting them. >> reporter: tuesday's city council winners seem to be deepening the divide. the union tried to knock out herrera to gain control of the city. >> they reversed the work on pension reform. it was the meanest, most deceptive campaigns ever run. >> we want them to be one of the most honest council. i don't think we have that right now. >> reporter: she says there needs
begin this morning with the flooding in daly city where the clean up has begun. we have both nbc bay area's christie smith and bob redell redell with us. we start off with christie smith of the details and what happened. any clean up yet, christie? >> reporter: good morning. it has been a morning and a mess here in daly city. there are front loaders and vacuum trucks everywhere trying to deal with this mudslide. it started with a water pipe that broke off. i wanted to show you what it has done to the hillside this morning as a section came down bringing trees and debris right into the neighborhood. neighbors say it sounded like a storm. water rushing down the hillside along lusanne avenue carrying debris and trees trapping parked cars. it was just to the left of romero's home. >> i was not aware there was a tank up there. >> reporter: what do you think now that you know what happened? >> i'm guessing, you know, infrastructure might be getting old. >> reporter: the gap in the hillside shows where it came from. there is a 978,000 gallon water tank that was 3/4 full. >> it is an eight-i
has been retaliating today. at least 130 rockets fired from gaza into israeli cities. about 50 of those rockets were intercepted by israel's homemade antimissile defense system, the iron dome, but one did get through. it hit the israeli town and killed three israeli citizens, and now israel is using that, of course, to threaten more attacks. the southern commander of the israeli army said that the assassination yesterday of ahmed jabbaarie, which kicked all this off, the militant leader, he says is just the beginning. meanwhile, israeli troops are gathering on the edge of gaza. tanks have been reported moving south. a ground invasion is possible. it's definitely not what israel wants, but israel's defense minister ehud barak said this morning that israel would do anything, and he repeated, anything at all, to stop the rockets to make israel's southern cities safe. martin fletcher, nbc news, tel aviv. >> martin, thanks so much. >>> nbc meteorologist bill karins is here with your weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. >> good morning. one more quiet day, then a stor
battles in recent history. the seat for one san jose city council district, which also became the most expensive in that race's history. san jose voters also approved an increase in the minimum wage. stephanie trong is live at san jose city hall with the wrap-up. >> reporter: the mayor got who he wanted in the two races for city council, rose herrera retaining her district 8 seat, and johnny khamis taking district 10. what that means is no power shift. the vote breakdown will remain the same. so as will for the government employee unions, but they did pull out a win in the passing of measure d. here at fourth street pizza in downtown san jose, the minimum wage increase from $8 to $10 will likely be paid for by you the customer. >> everybody is going to be paying more for food, for, you know, prices are going to jump. you got other cities like santa clara, campbell, the minimum wage there is still $8. it's kind of unfair advantage for them. >> i hate that thought of somebody losing their job, especially a minimum wage job that is really important to their families. but the voters get th
him. >> it's one of the most exclusive cities yet there are two sides. a dramatic ip crease in violence has concerned and fearful neighbors speaking out. george joins us tonight. >> whether it's young adults making bad decisions. tonight police are trying to crack down on this crime wave in the community part of the city. >> waking up to gunfire and police worries long time residents of this neighborhood. >> reporter: just a few doors down, rapid fire shots came from one home. bullets flew but no one was injured. >> i was scared and nervous and praying. >> this woman has lived in the bell haven neiborhood her entire life. >> my main concern is my family and all of the youngsters that are killing and shooting each other. hopefully that -- maybe this can all come to an end one day. >> police search one home and found numerous shell casing, two assault rifles and ten ounces of pot. officers say they arrested four people who may be gang members. motives remain unclear. >> it is definitely concerning. >> four people were shot in a drive by shooting. all this violence a mile away.
is going to start a neighborhood watch immediately. coming up what over cities are doing to battle the surge in burglaries. one department saying it's been very successful. live in san mateo, stephanie trong, nbc bay area news. >>> over in redwood city, police there hope the public will keep an eye out for this puppy. the 11-week-old chocolate lab named gus was stolen from a home yesterday just off el camino real. the burglars also took electronics and jewelry, but the residents are most interested in getting gus back. when he was taken, he was wearing a color with a blue bone id tag with his name on it. >>> as we first reported last night, the man accused of murdering morgan hill teenager sierra lamar now faces three additional charges of attempted kidnapping. this is unrelated to the lamar case. antolin garcia-torres allegedly tried to kidnap three different women in march of 2009. the attacks happened at the safeway stores on dunn avenue and tenant avenue in morgan hill. garcia torres allegedly used a stun gun during one of the attacks. today safeway shoppers recall the fear the
the storm is just south of cape cod, heavy snow set up over new jersey, new york city and up into connecticut. snowfall totals very impressive. manchester, new jersey, one of highest totals, nearly a foot. many areas of connecticut picked up between five to eight inches. and central park in new york city picked up between about four to five inches of snow, being the earliest ever that new york city has had four inches of snow heading into the winter season. and these wind gusts are still impressive. they've come down, lynn, over new york city and areas of new england, but cape cod? it's still howling up to 60-mile-per-hour gusts, so an impressive early-season nor'easter. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> well, president obama is back at the white house this morning where he will begin to work with congress on taxes, spending, and the national debt to avoid that so-called fiscal cliff. nbc's tracie potts is in washington with the latest on that. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. that big party in chicago over, the president now back here in washington dealing w
was reported. >>> and this year's rockefeller christmas tree has arrived in new york city. she's a beaut too. the 80 foot tall norway spruce survived the devastation of superstorm sandy. the tree lighting ceremony will be held on november 28th. >>> now for a check on wall street, the dow fell 59 points. the s&p was down five. the nasdaq lost 20. >>> taking a look at overseas trading. in tokyo, the nikkei nudged up 3 points while in hong kong the hang seng climbed 253. >>> blue chips took a lit on tuesday, but impressive earning after the bell from cisco could give the dow a boost this morning. california is making history today with the state's first ever auction of greenhouse gas pollution permits. the landmark cap and trade program is part of the state's 2006 global warming law. a last-minute lawsuit filed by california businesses was not expected to stop the auction. >>> in the wake of mounting protests by powerless victims of super storm sandy, long island power authority's chief operating officer has resigned. >>> the ceo of waffle house calls accusations of sexual assault and attempted
court date, the city is bracing for a possible takeover. but in a 34-page court filing, city leaders argued for the appointment of a compliance director instead. they fear a federal receiver, who could fire police leadership would, quote, cripple the city. >>> in the near future, hundreds of prisoners will be set free thanks to california voters who passed prop 36. that prop reforms the state's three-strikes law. now family members of people convicted of the so-called weak third strikes are hoping the change will bring their loved ones home. nbc bay area jodi hernandez joins us in martinez tonight with one family's story. jodi? >> reporter: raj, the public defender here in contra costa county says she has been flooded with phone calls from families who hope the change will mean their loved ones will be heading home. we had a chance to talk to one of those families today who says for the first time in a decade, they're dreaming of a reunion. >> i just thank god, you know, because it's a miracle. i get emotional. because my mom might be able to see her son walk out a free man. and be a
-mails sent to jill kelley were coming from. which cities, which hotels? and eventually discovered the name, paula broadwell fbi got access to her e-mail account and found she sent them. but they said her e-mail account also included what appeared to be suggestive e-mails from david petraeus, that first they wondered if somebody hacked into his private account. interviewed separately, both admitted their affair, officials say. broadwell, in late september, petraeus, in october, low-level documents were found on her computer. agents eventually determined she had proper access to them after reviewing all the evidence, the prosecutors determined no crimes were committed no leaking of classified information. no threat to national security. some say they, or at least president obama should have been told about the investigation while it was going on. >> once the fbi realized they were investigating the cia director, or they came within the scope, i believe at that time they had the absolute need to tell the president. not to protect david petraeus, but to protect the president >> reporter: but t
's ben roethlisberger connected on a touchdown pass to mike wallace but kansas city's defense sacked big ben and he left the game with a separated shoulder. the steelers pulled out an overtime win with a field goal. final score 16-13. >>> "yahoo! sports" is apologizing for the outage of its hugely popular fantasy football site on sunday just as the nfl games were starting. >>> in the nba, a game-time three-point shot by utah's al jefferson bounced out and then in sending the game into o.t. and then in the third overtime, paul millsap's three-pointer wrapped up a 140-133 jazz win over the raptors. >>> in baseball, rookie of the year honors in the american league went to mike trout of the los angeles angels. the nats' bryce harper was the national league rookie of the year. they were coincidentally teammates on the scottsdale scorpions just about a year ago. >>> and the penalties have been handed out after a brawl at a nascar race in phoenix on sunday. bumping on the track led to a fist fight between pit crews for jeff gordon and clint bowyer. gordon was fined $100,000 for intentionally wr
chopper above the scene in daly city. here's a look at the map to show you where this all happened. a mud slide caused by a water main break which dumped about 45,000 gallons of water into this neighborhood. it turned into a muddy mess. the question now, what about the other aging pipes along the peninsula. let's bring in kris sanchez who joins us in daly city. good evening, kris. >> reporter: hi there, raj. it was about this dark this morning when the mud started flowing down this street in this daly city neighborhood so residents really didn't know what they were going to see once the sun rose, but what a sight it was, they woke up after an 8-inch city water main break broke sending a torrent of 40,000 plus gallons of water down the hillside. it picked up mud, it picked up debris and it picked up steam along the way. residents said it sounded like a storm but when they looked out the window, it was too dark to know what it was. then came the knocks at doors, warning people to get out. >> i saw the police out here and about 5:00 they were here and i could see the water coming down and th
tried to drive through a closed on-ramp in san francisco. officers chased her into the city where he hit a parked car which rolled into a bicyclic. the driver was arrested for dui, something she's been arrested for at least three times already. >>> this morning, uc berkeley police still trying at this hour to figure out exactly what killed a man whose body was found near a road in the berkeley hills. officers came across him late last night near grizzly peak boulevard. the man is in his 20s and was reported missing by a friend earlier that day. investigators say the exact cause of death is unclear, but they do not suspect foul play. >>> a south bay woman accused of killing her partner's mother with a machete is heading back to court later today. she's been in custody since the december 30th incident in san jose's willow glen. she had pleaded not guilty. prosecutors say she attacked and kill yvonne kirk with a machete and then told police a man came and attacked both of them. she lived with kirk's daughter. today's hearing is at 2:00 at the santa clara county courthouse in san jose. >>> a
in that state. nbc's katy tur is in the community of seabright, new jersey, not far from new york city to the south laupg new jersey. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, this is what you don't see very often, we have accumulation on the ground and flooding, here, it is three blocks wide at the widest, we have the ocean behind me and the river. it floods during nor'easter, and got hit hard during sandy, you can see it by the buildings behind me. now this town along the coast of new jersey is wondering what they will wake up to. ten days after hurricane sandy ripped apart the jersey shore, towns are scrambling to prepare for the first major winter storm and restore the battered coastline. mike seidel here this morning. >>> here at pleasant point beach they spent the day bringing sand out to the beach, building a dune twice as high but not as wide as the one wiped out by hurricane sandy. >> reporter: new jersey governor chris christie warned this nor'easter could stall the restoration effort. >> i hate setbacks, i don't tolerate them very well, but this one i can't control. the weath
and drivers in new york city are still feeling the effects and frustration with long lines for gasoline. so now new york city and long island officials are following new jersey's lead by ordering fuel rationing beginning today to deal with the fuel shortages and distribution delays. meanwhile, buyer beware if you're in the market for a new or used car in the coming years. nbc's chris clackum explains. >> reporter: just like in hurricane's past, sandy left behind lots of soaked and sand-filled cars. >> the estimate is that there's at least 16,000 new cars that were damaged and up to 250,000 used cars. >> reporter: and guess where many if not most will end up? >> put-back into the market and resold to unsuspecting consumers. >> reporter: so what do you do? >> the number one thing for anybody looking to buy a used car is to pull a vehicle history report. >> reporter: also, let a mechanic you trust take a look at it, or at the very least inspect the car yourself and include a smell test. >> the odor. because when a car sits in standing water, particularly in saltwater, that car will take on a s
, nationwide, cities, counties and other government areas ruling on a challenge to the law three years ago the supreme court sent a warning to congress that it needed to be updated. the new challenge comes from a part of birmingham. some of the proposed election changes have been blocked. but civil liberties groups say discrimination lives on in new forms in most areas covered by the law. >> what we've seen is the effort to block or dilute the minority voters has been more persistent. and adaptive >> reporter: the fact they agreed to hear the case is the sign the majority is prepared to greatly scale the law back. >> pete williams, at the supreme court in washington, thank you. >>> when we continue along the way on a friday evening, frustration, and now real outrage with power still out for hundreds of thousands of people, 11 days after the big east coast storm. >>> a brief look at recovery in the harbor where the statue of liberty was re-lit after hurricane sandy hit days ago. they had to improvise this after the lighting was crippled. but think of this, after the power was out, that is t
brunging the city's death toll to 43. homeland security secretary janet nah pop politan know has reaffirmed her commitment to be with those for the duration. now for a look at the weather here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. give me good news. >> that's depends where you are in the west. >> i want sunshine. >> go south. the northwest isn't pretty. rain and snow in many areas of washington state and oregon state. look at the radar. the green shows you where the rain is. the white is the snow and the cold air trying to hang tough. northern idaho and spokane dealing with snow. in spokane, you could end up with an inch or two. temperatures should warm up during the day. looks like we're just about done with it in areas near yakima. portland, looking at mostly just rain and scattered showers around seattle. as far as snow accumulations go, additional accumulations three to six. in spokane, you'll probably top out somewhere around a slushy two inches. as far as the forecast in northern california, the southern portion of the system dragging showers onshore. i-5
on and some city people are still without power when we get another sock from mother nature. >> they say -- when they said a nor'easter they were right. theres with a foot of snow in some places in connecticut. central park right down the street from us had 4.3 inches which is a record for this time of year. one of the things new york does very well, they are very good at clearing the streets. because when i woke up i was like did it snow? you had to look on the grass or rooftops. but i got to tell you, the people -- if you think about what's happening to the folks who were really hit by that hurricane -- i said this last time. but when i lived in new orleans used to 90-degree weather and what you're trying to do is not put more clothe on after a hurricane, you're burning up. but you can live in your house. you can clean up. >> if you have a house. >> right. but this is added in, the freezing temperatures. but there is one little bright spot. stephanie gosk was doing an interview with a family on long beach, long island where my assistant lives. she was interviewing this family without p
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didn't just fill our plaza. we filled all the surrounding streets and city blocks. sorry, nypd, it's absolutely huge, and we'll have a concert for the fans who have been waiting since last week in some instances. >> but first breaking news and developments in the scandal that led to the resignation of cia director david petraeus. >> as you might imagine, a lot of players and moving parts to this story, and it's just breaking this morning. we have a quick review. it all began when jill kelley, a florida socialite and married mother of three complained about ma racing e-mails. the fbi said it traced those e-mails to this woman, paula broadwell, a married west point graduate and biographer of david petraeus. >> keep with us. that led to the eventual discovery of a romantic relationship between broadwell and general petraeus, and now general john allen is involved over his correspondence with the original woman, jill kelley. all sounds a little confusing, it is. let's get right to nbc's andrea mitchell who can help us sort it out. andrea, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning.
in the back seat of the car. >> reporter: the two men then drove the victim around the city for several hours, looking for atms to withdraw money. >> we know they went to a number of different locations, where the suspects did get some money from some of her banking accounts. >> reporter: after about four hours police say they drove the victim to the oakland hills near hiller highland and tunnel road. they left the victim and the car there. she was able to free herself. she went to a nearby home to call 911. >> when the suspects left, there was an older possibly brown-colored pickup truck, a smaller pickup truck, an older model, that had a very loud, noticeably loud muffler on it. >> reporter: that may have been the getaway car. the victim was taken to john muir hospital, where she was treated for minor injuries. the carjacking and kidnapping has stunned walnut creek, a city known more for its quiet suburbs than crime. >> these days no matter where you are. i mean, it's happened out at concord at the mall. it's scary to think about it, but it could happen anywhere. >> reporter: police say tha
cities, especially ours. >> officers arrested two people and detained three others. investigators say it's too early to know if this was a part of a larger operation or if this was a standalone. >>> less than 24 hours after winning re-election the president of the moraga school board resigned. dexter louie sent notice effective immediately. he recused himself on wednesday morning where they discussed a sex abuse lawsuit brought against that district. the remaining board members will start reviewing other options to replace loui at a meeting this tuesday. >>> at 11:00, president obama addressing the nation stepping to the mic. he's talking about how congress will solve this possible fiscal cliff this nation faces. >>> and good morning. i'm bob riddell. we're 2:00 away from testing the laws of aerodynamics 30 feet above mccovey cove. will it happen? could it? find outcoming up. >>> and we continue to cover that growing controversy over navy seals and video games. that's ahead in business news. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that
-tips or send us an e-mail to theunit@nbcbayarea.com. >>> lights out at city hall. certainly an odd side. the dome at city hall dark tonight. this is the reason, a fire there. fire crews arrived at the rotunda around 9:30 tonight after some reports of an explosion in a high voltage area. the department says it's unclear what happened. there was an event happening at the time. there were some evacuations. from what we hear so far, no one was hurt. when we have new information on this we'll bring it to you immediately. >>> an apology and pledge to do better. in the midst of a sexual abuse scandal and three lawsuits. the school board voted to revise its child abuse and prevention policy. the vote came after an emotional apology to the victims in the case. nbc bay area's jean ellie is live with more. i hear it was a gust wrenching meeting? >> members of the school board have been quiet about this scandal until now. and tonight members apologized for the abuse and for its reaction to one of the lawsuits. they also adopted changes they hope will better protect students. >> i can't tell you how
seven of them hanging at different redwood city district schools. off of the the signs were stolen last week friday after being up for only a few hours. they were not taken down by mistake. >> specific to honey bear tree banners. others remain untouched. honey bear trees donates 15% of its sales. the money peas for arts and programs the schools can't afford or had to cut. >> more importantly, the theft from the fund-raising program. we are participating with schools with. it's kind of an attack on even their program. >> that's what has parents concerned. awe off the schools need the money at this time. with all of the budget cuts. and, fund-raising is a way that, builds community as well. and so this really put the da damper on it. >> the school put out a flier for honey bear. i am involved in two schools, locally who use their fund-raising -- services. and i don't know, you know who would be targeting them. >> the signs which cost a total of $500 will be replaced. and the fund-raising efforts will continue t. >> we'll make it happen. just take, precautionary step. pay attention. yeah.
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, setting a record for snowfall in new york city. winds toppled power lines putting more than 100,000 people in the dark. possibly for the second time in just over a week. >> i went out to run to a store. i came back. my house was black, my kids were all frantic. no heat. it's just -- it's been crazy. >> one after the other. across the country, airlines cancelling more than 1,000 flights in the bay area for a second straight day. about a dozen east coast flights have been cancelled. >>> for many with disabilities standing out in a crowd is an uncomfortable experience. but for others, grabbing the spotlight is what defines them. >> a redwood city teenager is making herself stand out in a big, loud way. garvin thomas is here with her story in our bay area proud. >> angel gonzalez was born with spina bifida. in her case, means a wheelchair for the rest of her life. but while her disability may prevent her from doing certain daily tasks, it didn't stop her from dreaming big. and turning that dream into reality is tonight's bay area proud. >> for a dream that involves so much yelling, it's amazin
island, long described as the city's forgotten borough. ann curry went there after the lives were shattered. this week, she went back to check with the people who lost just about everything. >> reporter: 62-year-old grandmother phillis had evacuated with her family. just before sandy struck we first met her when she comprehended her loss. >> my house is gone, and everything i own, everything i have is not there anymore. it is breaking my heart, because -- because it is all gone. >> reporter: this week, with the nor'easter, we caught up with her again, and phillis was still trying to get her prized possessions, some of them scattered a mile away. >> any time we come here for the first time, i can't breathe. and then i start to cry, and i say just shut off, just do the job. >> reporter: a job, finding treasures. >> my dad? and my uncle. you found this today. >> means the world, i can't replace it. >> reporter: her neighbors also lost their home in a storm. when we caught up with them in the hours afterwards, peter, a 9/11 responder and an iraq war veteran say they got out just in ti
. it will say a city in new york, but it's not. >> they surveyed 6,000 people and they wanted to reveal how men and women viewed sex differently. they asked these 6,000 people, did your partner, did your wife, girlfriend, go to poughkeepsie during your romp. 85% of men said their female partners reached poughkeepsie. >> no problem, she's with me. >> when men left, they asked the women. >> who reached poughkeepsie? >> they go not with him. >> 64% of women said that they did. >> you think they are telling the truth? >> i think the 64% are, they are faking it for the guy so he doesn't feel bad. >> or they want it over. >> they want it over. it takes too long sometimes. you know it does. sometimes you want it over. everyone -- you want it over. it's enough already, right? >> sometimes it is. i'm not saying every time, there are certain times you're exhausted. >> why did you -- attempt a trip to poughkeepsie to begin with? >> it's not about you, it's about him. that time. >> okay. >> that's what you do. >> you lie to him because you care so much about him? >> sometimes it's a good lie. >> i don't kn
on the california veterans who served the country. >>> still ahead at 6:00, a burglary spike in one bay area city. >>> too close to call. the local elections that are still undecided. >> reporter: i'm scott budman. is apple's newest store too loud? a former apple executive thinks so. we asked shoppers coming up. >>> and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri at the safeway where people are filling up carts with holiday items. we are filling up with these $10 donation bags. how we're making it easier than ever to help your neighbors in need. that plus the seven-day forecast that has rain returning in just a few minutes. >>> patients and investors are cheering for a biotech company. skod budman with some positive results. >>> just today a combination of drugs to fight hepatitis c getting good response. the combination made by foster city bay i will yad sciences rendered it undetectable after 12 weeks of therapy, good news for patients. potenti potentially good news for gilead's bottom line and shares up 14% today reaching a new all-time high. the daily deals company groupon saw the stock price hit an all-t
at an auction in new york city last night. >>> up nex making a difference for children's lives suddenly changed in a big way by the storm. ahmed jab humphries humph>>> we're back a for our "making a difference report" tonight. it may take a disaster like hurricane sandy to make kids feel how much they miss school. a lot of families have been uprooted, and neighbors are contributing as much as they can to get their sense of security back. our report tonight from nbc's rehema ellis. >> reporter: second graders from two schools in one classroom, brought together by disaster. >> hurricane sandy was like a tornado. and a storm. >> reporter: more than 400 students from this school on staten island have been relocated to the nearby petriti school. the principal of ps-52 says the generous people are overwhelming. >> this will allow them to heal more quickly. >> reporter: to make it happen took a village. >> everybody is absolutely working together from the custodians, to the security staff, the kitchen, the school aides, power professionals. >> reporter: conference rooms are now makeshift classrooms. l
. the woman who lives at this home on tenth street in union city found the man yesterday morning, slou slouched inside of a bin that someone left in her driveway. she immediately recognized the man as 21-year-old joshua perez, a long-time friend of the family. he was still alive, but unresponsive. he died later at the hospital. hi, was a good uncle. he was a good brother to me. he was a good son. he didn't deserve to be put in a trash can. >> union city police are not calling this a homicide, rather a suspicious death. investigators and family believe that perez had been out drinking with friends on saturday night, and are looking into weather alcohol and the cold weather played a role in his death. the autopsy is tomorrow. >>> homeless disabled veterans are getting a new permanent place to live in san francisco. and today they got a preview. this building south of market underwent a $30 million makeover with local, state and federal funds. the nonprofit swords to plowshares is helping to run it. it features 75 studio apartments each with a kitchen and bomb. they house counselors, a nu
of the homes here. but what a sight homeowners woke up to this morning after that eight-inch city water main broke. it was a torrent of 40,000 gallons of water flowing down the hillside, picking up mud and debris and speed along the way. some residents said it sounded like a storm outside their windows. but when they looked out it was too dark to see what was really happening. but then many of them got knocks at the door from police, warning them to get out. >> i saw the police down here. and about 5:00, 4:30, we were here, and i could see the water coming down. and at 5:00, the police say that evacuate. the water is coming down fast. >> reporter: now, that resident did evacuate the scene, and he says this isn't the first time that he has had to do that. he had to do it in 1982 shortly after he bought his house that is right next to today's  mudslide. you can see from our chopper overhead that there is still lots of cleanup. and even where it's been cleaned up, there is still evidence of the mudslide that came down below. now the city public works department says the engineers have tested
york city rocking. look at who she got to join hert a madison square garden last night. ♪ "gangnam style" >> yeah, the material girl had no problem with "gangnam style," picking up that horsey dance from her favorite korean pop star psy. he's just everywhere. 7:11 right now and back over to savannah, willie and al. >> i've got to say i've missed that song. haven't played it in what, 20 minutes? >> i know. >> we can break out the horsey dance any time you want. >> i'm always ready, miss natalie. >> wouldn't it have been great nexus if we got one direction to do "gangnam style?" >> why didn't we think of that. >> thanks, natalie. >> now a check of the weather. >> chilly conditions for friends down south. we're talking from georgia on into deep into the heart of texas where we've got freeze warnings and freezing fog. frost warnings as well. look at the temperatures. san angelo 29, 41 in birmingham and 37 degrees in -- are you okay, willie? >> was he juggling? >> an ice cube. >> okay. f >> showers in the pacific northwest and rain down througt the southeast. beautiful day here in the >
city. they continue their attacks in gaza knocking out installations that store those rockets, the long-range rocket. they're continuing to try to kill more islamic militant leaders. at the same time, the palestinians are succeeding in sending their rockets into israel. about 150 have been fired by palestinians in gaza against israel today. most went astray or about 50 were brought down by israel's homemade antimissile defense system. one hit the israeli town, it killed three israelis. how long will this go on for? the leaders say the head of the southern command, israeli general in the south said the assassination yesterday of the leader that started all this, he said, is just the beginning. and the defense minister also said this morning that israel will do anything. he repeated, we will do anything, and i repeat anything, to stop those rockets and to make israel's southern cities secure. >> lots of tension in tel aviv, israel. >>> new health concerns this morning as you heard for yet another popular caffeinated drink. 13 reported deaths have been linked to the possible involvement of
the fbi did not notify them sooner. and they are also opening a broader inquiry into the city's handling of benghazi. petraeus' final overseas trip before he resigned was to libya last week to find out for himself what went wrong. nbc news has tried to reach paula broadwell. she has not been accessible. joe kell and her husband, that family in tampa, issued a statement saying they have been friends with the petraeuses for more than five years and are asking for privacy. savannah? >> colonel boylan was a spokesman for jen petraeus in iraq. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what was his state of mind when you spoke to him over the weekend, and what did he tell you about all of this? >> he's keenly aware that he has injured his family to a great degree and also based on his poor judgment and a little bit lack of discipline has lost one of the best jobs he ever had. he is devastated, you could say, and you could also say that it's going to take a long time for the family or sometime for the family to get through this, but they will. >> was he embarrassed? >> yes. i would say he is emb
pledged to new york city. some of them inspired by phyllis' story. you touched a lot of people the last time we spoke. a lot of people saw you on television. and a lot of people said that you are one of the big reasons why they donated. >> everybody -- you're home is the place you love, your home is where your family is, you build memories there, you build a life there. and that's what ripped my heart apart, you know. because i loved my home that much. >> reporter: people were especially touched when you talked about your mother's wedding photo. >> my mother was my best friend. and as despaired as you are at the loss of everything, you find one thing that means something, you know? it's like you got something back. you got something back. out of all the devastation. it helps take away that, that helpless, empty feeling you have. you know? >> those houses are gone. >> reporter: this aerial shot was taken right after sandy struck. the flooded lot is where phyllis' house had been. after the water receded she showed us what is left. how many times have you come down here since the storm? >>
. it looks like it's cleared up. 880 slows southbound with those arrows out of san leandro into union city. 880 north include oakland, an earlier accident looks like things are spinning out past high street but slow up past the coliseum. the other side of the bay bridge, the east shore freeway moves smoothly but you have some company there as well, jon. back to you. >> we'll have another news update in 30 minutes. see you then. >>> 8:00 on this friday morning the 9th of november, 2012. a crisp, cool morning in rockefeller plaza. al claims it is going to be a nice weekend. >> claims. >> in preparation you are going sans jacket. >> it's not that cold out. i like this. it's very nice. >> you're looking exceptional, willie geist. you're joining us on monday. >>> did we mention one direction is coming on tuesday? >> i've heard that. >> i feel we should remind everybody one direction will be here in four days on our plaza. >> they will be here on tuesday. a lot of screaming on the plaza right now. i assumed it was for al. they're spelling your name taylor. >> exactly. >> we will have one directi
stark is out. in his place, a 31-year-old newcomer.ç the double city councilman will be the second biggest number in congress. he notes political gridlock.ç he says his youth and optimism could help. >> the 113th congress will be the youngest, most inexperienced congress in the history of congress. and i see that notç as a liability, but as an opportunity. >> as for congressman stark who was first elected in 1972, he issued a statement today saying he would be happy to give him guidance in the future.ç we have plenty more election coverage on our web siet at n nbcbayarea.com.ç >> it says it will now use chrome alloy to replace all of the damaged pipes. chevron says the new pipes will fix the main problem that led to the fire which was pipe corrosion. it hopes to get all repairs done early next year and have that refinery working back at a hundred percent within the first three months of the year.ç a rush hour tragedy avoided tonight. a woman accidentally drove her car on to the tracks at maple it happened around 6:00 tonight. our nbc chopper on the scene. she and a child
and joins us live. >> reporter: while redwood city police look for the burglars, the puppy's owners and their neighbors are canvassing the neighborhood looking for little gus and putting up these fliers. they're asking the thieves to return gus. no questions asked. >> we just want our puppy back. >> reporter: he is only 11 weeks old and weighs about 12 pounds. his name is gus. on monday, thieves stole this german short hair pointer mix during a break-in. >> i was sobbing. i was hysterical. i didn't trust myself to think straight. >> reporter: she came home from work. >> they walked in and went through this door. >> reporter: their other two dogs were still around but little gus is gone. >> the loss is our loss. gus is a special little guy and it men a lot to our family so we're hoping that he'll be able to come back. >> reporter: gus was meant to be a companion to the couple's 20-year-old daughter kate shelf has special needs and the two already created a strong bond. >> they didn't know our situation. they don't know about gus being close to or bonding with a special needs daughter
including staten island to bring relief. part of new york city's designated volunteer day to help the thousands still dealing with sandy's destruction and showing the victims that they are not alone. >> thank you for helping. i appreciate it. >> reporter: homeland security secretary janet napolitano is scheduled to be back tomorrow. this time to visit a disaster recovery site in staten island. meantime, residents here are still waiting for the power to come on. governor chris christie has pledged that power could be restored in all areas of new jersey by tonight. lester? >> michelle, thank you. >>> the united nations declared this malala day named for the 15-year-old pakistani girl shot by the taliban for, because she spoke out for the education of girls. today an outpouring of support for malala and her cause from around the world. that story from nbc's amna navaz. >> reporter: they chanted her name and carried her picture. fellow students in pakistan honoring malala. it's not only one, we are all malala. the whole of pakistan is malala. >> my message to the female students of th
of these injuries, both teams playing very well right now and pittsburgh should win against kansas city tomorrow night and here we go next week in pittsburgh. >> terrell suggs is back to torment ben roethlisberger one more time. so many great moments. of the games we've had the great opportunity to do the last few years that rivalry seems to mean more to those two teams than any other. there is a bitterness to that game that you really don't always feel in all of the others. >> al: that is the action a week from tonight. we will see you from heinz field in pittsburgh for "sunday night football." coming up next, except on the west coast, your local news, followed by "dateline." this is al michaels and cris collinsworth and michele tafoya. our crew say good night from chicago where the texans win it 13-6. . >>> he said his vision was blurred. >> 49ers' quarterback alex smith is recovering from a concussion tonight. he left the rgame against the rams. >> we knmw the identity of the second women involved in the the patreus investigation. >> they are heartbroken and frustrated. family, friends and n
atlantic city, new jersey, up to connecticut. while it's tapering off now, making treacherous travel, headaches with thousands of homeowners trying to recover from sandy. we're going to get a live report we're going to get a live report from al straight ahead. a and then we'll show you how one family who has been without hefi power since the storm struck th rode this storm out.m out. >>> also ahead, some more me m fallout from the outcome of the presidential race.f odds are already being laid on are already being laid who might run for president in the year 2016. 2016. we'll get into that and show you how tuesday's results are s are playing out on the late-night comedy shows. shows and they had a field day with . that.that. >> you bet.ou bet. and we talked to kristen stewart on wednesday and we've got ve g robert pattinson live. live. we've got more with him as the "twilight" saga wraps up. >>> and on thursday, with this nor'easter in the northeast, they're still reeling from ap hurricane sandy. al roker is in danbury, connecticut. what's it look like up there? >> reporter: well, mat
:00 and at san ramon valley high school at 11:00 and in downtown san jose the city is hosting the annual veterans day parade. the parade kicks off at noon. all of the events visited are free to the public. coming up today, we'll talk to organizer of this year's san jose veterans day parade and why it starts at 11:00 and we'll take you behind the scenes of researchers at a paranormal hot spot. that story and the day's news coming up for you at 7:00. ♪ get out, get out get out of my head ♪ >>> we are back on this sunday morning, november 11, 2012. you see that slumber party there on the sidewalk? fans of one direction. this morning when i got here there were sleeping bags. they were all still asleep, which is good. these fans of the english boy band lining up for the live one direction concert here on tuesday. did you hear they were coming? >> rumblings about it. >> when i got up this morning, i was whispering because i didn't want to wake anyone. they were sleeping so soundly. we're in midtown manhattan. >> they started lining up, by the way, friday morning at 7:00 a.m. i'm hoping that they ge
about $500, the redwood city police are investigating. but nobody has been investigated. >>> and train bandits jumping off trains, very real, for consumers who buy big ticket items like laptop. more on what we call the great train robbery, steven, where is this happening? >> raj, all over the place, we have been examining cargo thefts from the rails. billions worth of merchandise, stolen every year right off moving freight trains, happening all over the country. and some of the hottest spots are right here in california. 30 minutes from the nearest town, in the sierra foothills that lead to nothing but desert, there lurks a threat to the wallets of every american consumer. this is where, as this ice undercover video shows thieves jump on to moving freight trains, riding the rails and all the while stealing the high value cargo right off the train, with the engineers completely in the dark. >> happens every day. >> reporter: in a remote place like this one, when the sun goes down, the risk from cargo theft from passing freight trains goes up. >> gone, like that, tens of millions, gone l
's not what we heard in some hard-hit areas of new york city where storm victims claim the country's preeminent disaster relief organization has been missing in action. here's nbc's senior investigative correspondent lisa myers. >> reporter: two weeks after sandy hit, residents of breezy point, new york, still wonder if more help will ever arrive. >> we haven't seen red cross at all. red cross hasn't offered any assistance up until yesterday. >> reporter: carrie lynn allen says she's donated to the red cross before and is very disappointed. >> they take people's hardworking money to assist people. and then when push comes to shove, they don't assist. >> reporter: her neighbors also wonder what happened. >> the red cross, you know, they're normally a wonderful organization, and it's just that they're not here. >> reporter: ann marie willis coordinates volunteers in the community and rates the red cross performance here poor. >> they need help with everything from housing to just hold them, say you're going to be okay. you'll get through this. we need everything. and i know the red c
to confront the threat of climate change than your opponent. tomorrow you're going up to new york city where you're going to, i assume, see people who are suffering the effects of hurricane sandy which many people say is further evidence of how a warming globe is changing our weather. what specifically do you plan to do in a second term to tackle the issue of climate change? and do you think the political will exists in washington to pass legislation that could include some kind of attacks on carbon? >> you know, as you know, mark, we can't attribute any particular weather event to climate change. what we do know is the temperature around the globe is increasing, faster than was predicted even ten years ago. we do know that the arctic ice cap is melting, faster than was even predicted five years ago. we do know there have been extraordinarily -- there have been an extraordinarily large number of severe weather events here in north america but also around the globe. and i am a firm believer that climate change is real, that it is impacted by human behavior and carbon emissions. as a consequen
and directing feature films such as 2009's critically acclaimed "city island." but he also has a passion for preserving documentaries. particularly his father's. >> the loss of documentary film if it's not preserved is the most, you know, is the saddest loss because it's history. how do you preserve these? in the case of my dad's films, i thought we had the only copies of them. i was determined they had to be preserved. first i donated them to the museum of broadcasting. >> but ray didn't feel that was enough. he wanted his father's work to be seen and appreciated by new audiences. so he posted the mississippi film on his blog where anyone could watch it. >> and almost instantly, my producing partner david zelerford said this is an extraordinary movie and who is this guy, booker wright? >> sitting in his office, he said he immediately saw a potential for a new film. one that would finish booker's story. >> he mentions his children in the film, and i said to raymond, i said we have to go find out what happened with booker and his children. >> we started doing research on who booker really
by visit jacksonville. >> jacksonville is a wonderful city. miami, tampa get more oppressed, but jacksonville is a wonderful town. >> gorgeous. >> have fun and thank you for your support. >>> nothing better to warm you up on a cold night than comfort food. >> i can think of something. >> there he is, curtis stone is here. from life on the prairie melissa francis spills juicy details. >> this is a great, great book. >>> plus, bobbie thomas is around with things that make you go hmmm. >>> back on this funday monday. when she was nine years old, she landed a role on one of the most popular and beloved shows of all time, "little house on the prairie." >> today she's the host of her own business show on fox and author of "diary of a stage mother's daughter." >> first of all, congratulations. something good has come out of the makeup room all those hours. that's where you were writing this, right? >> that's right. i don't know if i can do this, i have two shows after this. this is the end of your day. >> that's all right. >> i read this, you gave it to me early. if you want a book
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